• Question: Have you ever worked on high profile cases? Would you like to? If you have, was the security? If not, does it sound daunting or fearful?

    Asked by bones to Jamie, Mark on 25 Mar 2011 in Categories: .
    • Photo: Jamie Pringle

      Jamie Pringle answered on 25 Mar 2011:

      Hello bones,

      I have worked on a few disappearance cases, normally the suspect is known however so you are not in any physical danger.

      I did turn a job down last year due to the potential danger issues – there are some not very nice people about who dont want you prying into their business. I left that one to the police guys!

    • Photo: Mark Hill

      Mark Hill answered on 25 Mar 2011:

      Hi Bones, Several of my cases have featured in the national news, because of their size or seriousness. I am currently writing a report on a murder enquiry, in which a couple of vehicles were used in the victims death, failed to stop at the scene and were subsequently found burnt out well away. My role was initially identifying what sort of vehicles were involved, and then in determining the links between the recovered burnt vehicles and the murder scene.

      Another job involved eight deaths, including a 4 year old. That blocked both carriagewaays of the London to Brighton dual carriageway.

      That is about it really.